Ciao, Fam! Here’s the newest stream. LiliLoves and Shortcake ESC discuss this past week in Eurovision and Junior Eurovision news. This week, we address the change to the voting sequence taking place this year. Following that, we talk about the contestants in Malta Eurovision Song Contest, and wrap up the stream with an in-depth reviewContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: November 25th”
It’s Friday, which means we have a new stream! LiliLoves and Shortcake ESC discuss this past week in Eurovision and Junior Eurovision news. This week, we talk about the selected jurors for the Ukrainian selection, Vidbir. Coming also from this show are the selected artists and songs we will see competing in December. We thenContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: November 18th”
Happy Friday Fam! This week LiliLoves and Shortcake ESC discuss this past week in Eurovision and Junior Eurovision news. This week it’s the list of Artists for Belgium’s 2023 national final, the song writer’s for Portugal’s selection, and the changes coming to how Germany chooses their singer. After we discuss the national finals of theContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: November 11th”
The end of Daylight Savings Time is known for the elongating nights and shortened days. What are some of the best songs for those who embrace the dark?
Happy Friday, Fam! This week, LiliLoves and Shortcake ESC talk a bit about the updates from this last week on Eurovision as well as the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. Topics include Eesti Laul, the Dutch selected artists, and the three new songs that have been revealed for JESC. Join us!
The season is heating up! This week’s stream LiliLoves and Shortcake_ESC talk about the week’s topics surrounding the Eurovision Song Contest. Come join in on the discussion of Spain’s selected artists for Benidorm Fest 2023, the current long list of possible contestants for the Ukrainian selection, Vidbir 2023; and the roster for Festivali i KëngësContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: Oct 28th”
What’s going on, Eurovision Fam? Take a look at the last stream with LiliLoves and Shortcake_ESC where we talk about the week’s topics about the Eurovision Song Contest. This week we found out the 37 participating countries coming to Liverpool, discussed the Cypriot selected artist Andrew Lambrou, and MÅNESKIN’s award nominations. We also shared ourContinue reading “EurovisionFam Weekly Stream: Oct 21st”
Buenas, buenas… ¡Nos vamos pa’ Latinoamérica! Yes, you probably already have learned the news. And yes, the Eurovision brand continues its global expansion. After its rocky arrival to the United States earlier this spring, and its confirmed Canadian sibling due to arrive sometime in 2023, the next target is the region that keeps the musicContinue reading “Eurovision Expands to Latin America: What We Know So Far”
My first going-to-Eurovision experience was rife with chaos and incredible frustration, but aside from that, it held for me the most intensely rewarding consequences that only come from being in the danger zone. I’d do it all over again.
Traditionally, the EuroClub has been a venue or set of venues organized by the Eurovision Host City… I am missing that experience this year, and I’m not alone.
“And our twelve points go to…” The phrase that we hear at the end of the contest once the voting has closed and the results are in. The phrase that begins the most nail biting half of the contest, the voting. In a previous article, we discussed the mechanics and systems in place for VotingContinue reading “Eurovision Voting Patterns”
With his guitar, a cinematic filter, and a tune that could fit in a spaghetti Western movies, Stefan brings to Turin an epic song about resilience, one which he believes the message is necessary today.
The long history of protest music in popular culture, highlights how powerful the medium of music—in particular—can be to spread a message far and wide.
Acquainted with the music industry in a number of ways, Cornelia Jakobs sees winning Melodifestvalen as a highlight. Not only through garnering a major hit and representing Sweden, but also showcasing her artistry in a wild music industry.
Kalush Orchestra: “We feel it is a responsibility to be useful to our country by being present here.”
After a journey to get to Turin, Kalush Orchestra is determined to showcase their blend of Ukrainian folk music and hip hop on stage. But with the circumstances, they not only sing an ode to Stefania, but also to all mothers.
She might be one of the younger performers to hit the Eurovision Song Contest stage in Turin, but S10 is bringing a mature and elevated track to the Song Contest stage and has many talking winner potential.
The first American iteration of the Eurovision Song Contest is in full swing. Here are some ways the show can come back stronger than ever.
Formerly known as Sísý Ey— these sisters have been performing together for years. Their debut single “Ain’t Got Nobody” was released in 2013. Music is in their DNA— Daughters of Ellen Kristjánsdóttir and Eyþór Gunnarsson both of their parents are musical and that has no doubt rubbed off on the group. Their parents even haveContinue reading “Getting to Know Iceland’s Systur: 5 things you might not know.”
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